Russia’s state arms seller Rosoboronexport rolled out the export version of its cutting-edge Armata main battle tank at the Army 2022 international military-technical forum and claimed that “about six countries” displayed their interest in the T-14 tank based on the Armata combat platform.

Uralvagonzavod defense manufacturer of the T-14 Armata-platform was one of the Original Equipment Manufacturers that had responded to the Request for Information (RFI) by the Indian Army to procure over 1,700 Future Ready Combat Vehicles (FRCVs) through the Strategic Partnership (SP) route that calls for Transfer of Technology (ToT), maintenance and training requirements, as well as performance-based logistics and engineering support packages.

South Korea-based Hyundai Rotem has offered its K1 88-Main battle Tank, Germany its Leopard 2A7, M1AX (Abrams) by the United States Of America, and M-84 by Yugoslavia. India’s State-owned Defence Research and Development Organisation also has offered its design for a medium-weight main battle tank that has evolved from the Arjun Main battle tank technology.

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